Fegg Hayes Methodist Church was built in the 19th Century and was originally known as North Parade Wesleyan Chapel but the name was changed in the 1950s when North Parade became Fegg Hayes Road.
The changes don’t stop there. The past few years have seen major redevelopment on the church site, with the building of a new Community Hub on the site of the old church hall and refurbishment of the church building. We have created a flexible worship space with moveable furniture, chairs and a good heating system! We have up to date audio and visual facilities and both buildings are fully accessible. All our visitors talk about the warmth of welcome when they come in. To reflect our desire to be at the heart of the community the church is now known as Fegg Hayes Methodist Community Church
NEWS: Got questions about life, or interested in knowing more about the Christian faith? Starting on Tuesday 7th May we’re running an Alpha course, starting at 6pm. To find out more about Alpha visit the Alpha website or to book a place call 01782 515254.
On Thursday 30th May (during the half-term holiday) we are holding another ‘Messy Church’. A fun time of worship, activities and food for families between 11am and 1pm. Due to the popularity of the last couple we are encouraging people to book to ensure they get a space as we had to turn people away last time. Please book by messaging the Church facebook page (or telephone the Hub). Entry is just £1 per person (including lunch)
Sundays 10.30 am – Service & SALT BASH (Junior Church), followed by tea & coffee
Tuesdays 6.00pm – 7.00pm – Bible study
Thursdays 9.00am – 12 noon Place Of Welcome – free tea and coffee, crafts and other activities and a friendly welcome.
We also hold many one off events. See the facebook page or posters locally for more details.
The Hub@ST6, run by our partner organisation Fegg Hayes Futures, offers a wide variety of activities for different ages including a parent and toddler group, youth club, various physical activity and dance sessions and a lunch club and separate social group for older people. Many members of the church play an active part in the work happening in the Hub.